The Classic Vibe ‘70s Telecaster Deluxe is a faithful nod to the 1970s evolution of the Tele, creating massive tone, courtesy of the dual Fender-Designed Wide Range humbucking pickups.
Player-friendly features include a slim and comfortable “C”-shaped neck profile with an easy-playing 9.5”-radius fingerboard and narrow-tall frets, as well as a vintage-style Telecaster bridge with a string-through-body design and individual steel saddles for precise adjustment.
This throwback Squier model also features 1970s inspired headstock markings, nickel-plated hardware and a slick vintage-tinted gloss neck finish for an old-school aesthetic vibe
Body type: Solid body
Body material: Solid wood
Body wood: Poplar
Body finish: Gloss
Orientation: Right handed
Neck shape: C
Neck wood: Maple
Scale length: 25.5 in.
Truss rod: Standard
Neck finish: Tinted
Fretboard Material: Maple
Radius: 9.5 in.
Fret size: Narrow tall
Number of frets: 21
Nut width: 1.65 in. (42 mm) Bone
Pickup Configuration: HH
Neck: Fender Designed Wide Range Humbucking
Bridge: Fender Designed Wide Range Humbucking
Active or passive pickups: Passive
Series or parallel: Parallel
Control layout: Volume 1, volume 2, tone 1, tone 2
Pickup switch: 3-way
Bridge type: Fixed
Bridge design: 6-saddle string through body
Tuning machines: Vintage-style
Case: Sold Separately
Weight: 7.15 lbs
The guitar had a finish flaw professionally repaired by an authorized technician. Though the repair may still be visible to some degree it could not be located or visible enough for photos. Otherwise, It has no other issues and it has little to no play wear. It looks, plays and sounds great! Still has the protective cellophane on the pickguard.
The actual item for sale is shown in the photographs.
We are an authorized dealer for brand approved manufacturer refurbished guitars and musical instruments. These guitars are sent directly from the manufacturer to the authorized refurbishing center where they are fully inspected, set up and cleared by a certified technician. The guitars are sent there for many reasons, including: cosmetic flaws, minor repairs, surplus & discontinued or last years models. The guitars are given a new serial number and the back of the headstock is lightly stamped "used" or "2nd" by the authorized refurbishing center. These guitars are the next best thing to buying new!